Friday night’s game between the Atlanta Hawks and Oklahoma City Thunder was brutal on the eyes in the first half, and was hard to tell which team was doing what. The Thunder wore orange uniforms, and the Hawks wore red uniforms. The orange/red matchup was absolutely awful and made for plenty of confusion.

Well, it turns out the Hawks wore the wrong uniforms (but it appears the league is as much to blame on the uniform clash). However, red is the only uniform color the Hawks have for their road trip, so the Thunder switched to white uniforms for the second half.

Here’s how the uniforms look in the second half:

Ah, much better.

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